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Security consultant finds plenty of holes to plug
After nearly 20 years of working in the information technology arena in the corporate world, Rubin is trying to establish himself as an independent computer security consultant.
With all the concerns these days about data security and privacy, corporate espionage, cyber-vandalism and, possibly, cyber-terrorism, the outlook is good for the information security market, he expects. And he sees wireless security, in particular, as a solid foundation for a business.
``Wireless vulnerabilities have only recently started to receive national attention,'' he says.
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